“Saying Goodbye Forever” by H. Pearce

Grief comes in many forms. You can grieve over something you have lost. And you can also grieve over something you’ve never had. “Saying Goodbye Forever” by H. Pearce follows Gemma’s path through her grief over losing her husband. Neither did her marriage resemble a fairy tale, nor was Jack a perfect husband. Still, it is... Continue Reading →

“Crave” by Kat Kinney

“Everyone is good at something. The trick in life was figuring out what your something was.” Dallas Caldwell has figured out what he is not simply good but unequalled at. Kitchen is his podium and grill is his magic wand. He doesn’t simply cook. He creates masterpieces, the citizens not only of Blood Moon –... Continue Reading →

“Broken” by Ivy Logan

Is magic a gift or a curse? Do your roots define you? Is there anything more powerful than a prophecy made by ancient spirits? “Broken” by Ivy Logan provides answers to all these questions, leaving readers with more to muse about. From the first pages, you get immersed in a world so unlike our own... Continue Reading →

“Gone Away Girl” by Juliette Caron

"Good girls go to heaven, but bad girls go everywhere," states the legendary quote by Helen Gurley Brown. I absolutely loved how Juliette Caron proved the opposite in her book “Gone Away Girl”. Chloe is seventeen, and she is a good girl. She makes a tough choice not every “bad” girl gathers enough courage to make.... Continue Reading →

“The Thorn Birds” by Colleen McCullough

This isn’t a story of forbidden love between a girl from Australia and a priest. “The Thorn Birds” by Colleen McCullough is so much more. To be honest, Maggie and Ralph de Bricassart’s love story plotline was the one that fascinated me the least in this book. If anything, it even annoyed me a little. Reading... Continue Reading →

“On Chesil Beach” by Ian McEwan

There was something unpleasantly disturbing about this book that didn’t let me fully enjoy reading it. I couldn’t make myself care about the characters, even though their inner struggles and reasons why they are the way they are were well depicted by the author. Edward and Florence, both in their early twenties and virgins, are... Continue Reading →

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